Young Worker - Vol 1 - No 6
Communism -- United States, Marxism -- United States, Radicalism, Youth Movement, Young Workers League of America, YWLA, YWL, Yowls, Young Communist League of America, YCLA, YCL, Communist Party USA, CPUSA, Workers Party of America (WPA)
The Young Worker: Official Organ of the Young Workers League
Book contributor Tim Davenport ("Carrite")
Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections
Volume 1, Number 6 (October 1922).
Published in Chicago by the Young Workers League of America.
Oliver Carlson, Editor.
"Editorial: On the Right Track."
"Editorial: Back to the Poison Factories."
"Editorial: Injunction and Young Scabs."
"Editorial: Third Congress of the YCI."
Jack Carney: "The Future is With the Young."
Harry Young: "No More War?"
"British Workers Hold Congress" (YCLGB).
"YCL Thesis on the Economic Struggle of the Young Workers."
Edgar Hart: "The Basis for Prostitution in Capitalism."
Martin Abern: "Into the Fight, Young Workers!: Speech Deliverd at the Labor Lyceum, St. Louis, MO, on International Youth Day, Sunday, September 3rd, 1922."
"News of the Leagues."
"The Young Workers League and the American Legion."
Katharine Fisher: "Kinfolk" (poem).
NEC of the YWL: "The Red Raids: Statement on the Prosecution of Communists and the Present Situation in the United States."
Published in the USA prior to 1923, public domain.
Uploaded to Archive.org by Tim Davenport ("Carrite") on July 11, 2013.
Non-commercial reproduction permitted.